Well boys and Girls the Italian-American Cookbook eveyone has been waiting 41 long years for arrived last week, Clemenza's Meatball Sunday Sauce, on making Clemenza's famous Mob War Sunday Sauce and other great Mobster and Italian-American Recipes .. The book is awesome and sure to be a Classic ... Daniel Bellino-Zwicke has put together a great book, followed up to other Italian Cookbook Favorites like; "La Tavola" and The Feast of The 7 Fish ...
Yes you'll learn how to make Clemenza's Famous Sauce from The Godfather in which Caporegime Pete Clemenza shows the Don's son Michael Corleone (AL PACINO) how to make Italian America's most "Supreme Dish" Sunday Sauce, "Some Call it Gravy."
You will delight in the Great Recipes and Mr. Bellino's wit and wisdom of Italian and Italian-American Food and Culture of which Daniel has few equals.
Clemenza's Meatball Sunday Sauce is a "Must Have" and sure to please just about everyone. "Fuggettabout-it" !!!
Excerpted from a new book by Daniel Bellino-Zwicke
"When a meal centered around a Sunday Sauce is announced, one can have visions of Blissful Ecstasy at thoughts of eating Pasta laden with Italian Sausages, Savory Meatballs, Beef Braciola, and succulent Pork Ribs. All this has been slowly simmered to culinary perfection. Yes just the thoughts can enrapture one into a Delightful Frenzy of the Most Blissful Feelings of smelling, seeing, and consuming all the ingredients, the Sausages, Meatballs and Gravy. Yes a Sunday Sauce can and does have such effects on one’s mind, body, and soul. And, I do not want to sound prejudice, but this is pure fact, it is the Male of the Italian-American species who Love The Sunday Sauce in all its form, far more than the female sex. True! Meatballs too! And Italian-American men and boys Love and hold oh-so-dare, their Meatballs, Sunday Sauce, Sausage & Peppers, and Meatball Parm Sandwiches.
The Sunday Sauce that my mother would make was with Meatballs and Beef Braciole. My memories are vivid watching my mother stuffing the Braciole with garlic, parsley, Pecorino Romano, and Pignoli Nuts, then tying the bundles with butchers cord to hold the Braciole together as they slowly simmered in the Gravy. Another fond memory was helping my mother roll and shape the Meatballs."
This passage has been excerpted from Daniel Bellino-Zwicke's upcoming new book
SUNDAY SAUCE, which will be available in Paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com or at a bookstore near you. Sunday Sauce is due for November 2013 release. In the meantime see Daniel's other books (La TAVOLA, Clemenza's Meatball Sunday Sauce) on Sunday Sauce, Italian-American Food and The Italian-American Experience in New York and America